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Last.fm supports the Spitz

By Talia Last edited 116 months ago
Last.fm supports the Spitz

As part of the ongoing campaign to stop music venue The Spitz closing down, everyone's favourite geeky toy last.fm are getting involved with a special support gig tonight at the venue. Last.fm founders Felix Miller and Martin Stiksel are ex-promoters at the venue so throwing a fundraiser with some high charting last.fm new talent seemed like a perfect idea.

So tonight from 7 till midnight, The Spitz will be home to a veritable selection of artists including London's Lost Penguin, Hungarian bleepers Agaskodo Teliverek and the hippily hyped Turbowolf

. Hot Chip will be taking to the decks and playing a selection of tracks that are high on the charts of last.fm users who have said they are attending the event. Neat.

It's £3 in and you can register your attendance (if you're a last.fm user) right here.

Last Updated 11 September 2007